Chocolate Dipped Strawberry

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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From Steeps Tea Lounge

Chocolate and strawberry flavours blended with real pieces of chocolate and strawberries. Creamy and delicious.

Water Temperature: Boiling
Steeping Time: 2-3 min
Caffination: Yes
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
Manufacture Type: Orthodox
Class: II

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1565 tasting notes

Holy cripes, sad sip down. I’ll have to get more next time I see it. Sorry I haven’t been able to read everyone’s notes as of late, and I’m afraid that it may be like that for the next couple weeks. I truly miss it and hope that everyone’s having a jolly time having tea parties of all sorts.

I’m so tired that I hit that Notify me when I’m available button rather than the button to write a tasting note. Why is that so huge anyway?

In the meantime…

I’m a tidy sort of bloke. I don’t like chaos. I kept records in the record rack, tea in the tea caddy, and pot in the pot box. -George Harrison

I love you, Georgey.


We do miss your grain of salt missy ;-)
Thank you for this note, it put a smile on my face this morning. HATE the notify me button too, but LOVE the quote, so appropriate! Never saw that picture of him before, so very British!
I miss George, beautiful man, beautiful soul…

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653 tasting notes

I second the boozy quality of the chocolate flavouring. Good stuff, and no need for Baileys, although I did add some milk.

The strawberry isn’t a strong thing, covered in layers and layers of chocolate fondue. Yum. The hint of creamy strawberries makes me crave the strawberry black from Fortnum & Mason, however. Argh! I want that so badly now. I’m not even a huge fan of strawberries or fruity black teas. Ah, oh well, this will do rather nicely too.

Thanks, Incendiare! I think this is the last of the fun group of samples you sent my way. Now I need to put something together for her myself. Why don’t I have a lot of awesome teas right now?

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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1779 tasting notes


Thank you Incendiare. This does remind me of chocolate coated strawberries…. It’s tasty but a bit mild. I wonder if the Della Terra version would be better.

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2216 tasting notes

Thanks, Incendiare!

This tea smells boozy, in a very very good way. Like chocolate liqueur. Yum. Delicious way to start my morning (I’ve been up reading and lazing around in bed for hours, but finally wanted tea enough to get up!).

It is mostly chocolate, with a bit of fruityness/juicyness. The smell is way stronger than the taste, as well.

I’m not sure I’d pick more of this one up, but it’s definitely one of the good options I’ve had from Steeps/Pekoe Tea Lounge.

That’s right. If any Vancouver locals want to try any of the teas, you can get them at Pekoe Tea Lounge. $1 discount if you bring a tin, $0.50 discount if you get a refill bag. They even have $7 slices of gluten free pie.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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740 tasting notes

Backlog…I had this one on Wednesday on the way to Vancouver for a meet up. I think I hastily brewed it, as it was early, so I think it came out fairly bland. I’ gonna try it again with the rest of the sample from Incendiare. I’ll reserve rating to I have made it again.

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